League of Legends and How to Record it
We all like to have recordings of our greatest feats in any game we play, whether it be cod4player to watch the demos of that unbelievable shot, or in many other cases just plain old Fraps taking up your hard drive space with its huge recordings.
There are many options in this application; you can set where you want your replays saved, you can also set a naming convention which includes a whole bunch of options such as: Summoner name, date, time, whether the game was lost or won and even what champion you were playing. It is very handy for storing only the replays you want to keep.
Now that you have your recording what do you do with it? First off I would suggest signing up to League Replays , this will allow you to upload your replays to the site for storage. It also allows you to go to anyone else who has LoLReplay and log in and show them your cool moves.
Another thing that this is useful for is recording clips of LoL. This is a two-part effort as most people will want to watch your LoL replays/clips online. Now comes the question of how you record just a clip of one of your LoL matches. This is a bit more difficult as unfortunately LoLReplay doesn’t give you the option to record just a clip of the game. For this you will need to go back to Fraps. Once you have your game recorded and you want to take a clip out of the game and show it to the world, or maybe submit it for Play of the Week, you will need to watch your replay and skip to the selected part, then with Fraps you will record the part you want and save it. This will save you a lot of space rather than recording the whole game with Fraps.
I hope this helps a lot of you out. If you have any questions, feel free to comment and I will get back to you as soon as I can